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Clipboard access/application focus crash. #2183

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oceanhahn opened this issue Oct 17, 2019 · 2 comments
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Clipboard access/application focus crash. #2183

oceanhahn opened this issue Oct 17, 2019 · 2 comments
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@oceanhahn oceanhahn commented Oct 17, 2019

ASEprite crashes when receiving focus after tabbing-away. I have not been able to isolate or deliberately reproduce this bug, but it has happened unpredictably on multiple occasions. Here is what I know:

  • There has been an active selection in the Workspace (possibly uncommitted paste data; not sure).
  • There has been data in the Clipboard (text, on at least one occasion).
  • ASEprite hung for a few seconds after gaining focus and before displaying an error, Cannot access to the clipboard. Maybe other application is using it. (clipboard_access_locked) It hung for a few seconds after "OK" was pressed, lighting that button but not closing the error pane, before crashing to Desktop.
  • Every time this has happened, it has been after ASE has been running for a rather long time without exit or restarting. Some kind of memory allocation problem, perhaps?

If there are more details I can provide, please let me know. I will submit a crash log by email in reference to this issue.

I hope that this helps! :D
..using ASEprite 1.2.15-x86 on Win10.

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@dacap dacap commented Nov 26, 2019

Hi @oceanhahn, I saw that you reported this problem like using Aseprite 1.2.15-x86, and the crash is from an Aseprite 1.2.15-x64 in the email, so I guess this problem is related to a fix in this commit:

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aseprite/clip@04fa079

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@oceanhahn oceanhahn commented Nov 28, 2019

x64, sorry. I am 97% sure I am running x64.
I am not sure how I made that mistake; I suppose I will have to confirm my version next time I am at my desk. x_x

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